Can better leadership help you... lose weight ?! John Gallagher-Worthington lost 57kg in one year! Here is his message to me: it made my day...
Apprendre à devenir conscient de vos décisions inconscientes et de votre sabotage intérieur ne vous apportera rien de moins que de changer votre vie. Cela décuple votre clarté d’esprit sur ce que vous souhaitez précisément dans la vie et révèle votre confiance naturelle en vous. N’est-ce pas une de nos quêtes les plus précieuses ? Pour un manager, c’est tout simplement un must.
Numbers don't lie. If profits are not showing, if market share is decreasing, if the number of employees leaving the company is increasing, if projects encounter a growing number of unplanned difficulties, chances are there’s a problem with the top leadership and the way it leads change. It is often about where the CEO's time and attention go, their posture, the unclear articulation of the strategy, and/or how they orchestrate the troops. Does this ring a bell?
A former executive MBA student of mine sends me an email asking for help. As the CEO and president of his booming company, he struggles to rally all of his troops in the same direction and get them out of their comfort zone to boost innovation. He would like his founding partners and associates to stop working in silos and expand their impact, transversally. Trust is low; those experts in their field need to become leaders in the company. Product launches are uncoordinated and he sees a major risk in delivering his vision within the coming years. Does this seem familiar?
Here are 5 indications that serious disappointment lies ahead, and what to do about it.